At the first day of fasting, the treatment site has reported an additional 864 tonnes of waste daily 6,000 to 8,000 tonnes per day. Most of these are food and packaging waste.
During Ramadan, which lasts 30 days, Muslims take time to reflect and are encouraged to reconnect with their spiritual beliefs.
Jakarta Aquarium conducted a marine educational programme for elementary and junior high school students at Tidung Island, Pulau Seribu
Sejauh Mata Memandang’s recent collection “Laut Kita” is a collective campaign to encourage people to protect the ocean from ecological crisis, which are getting polluted with plastic waste.
Recently, Gianyar Regency in Bali was recently named World Craft City, named for the area’s long history in craft creations that continue to actively boost its local economy.
The Kingdom of Bantar Gebang Biji has become an oasis in the middle of piles of garbage that resemble mountains in the slum area through its creative learning programme.
Waste4Change provides services that will help your business to invest in waste management and be responsible for your waste through sorting and recycling.
Global Ecobrick Alliance encourages people to sequester unwanted, unloved plastic, to capture it and render it harmless by gathering it and shoving it firmly into discarded bottles to create ecobricks.
This year Most Valued Business’s (MVB) 2019 mission is to actively engage and create more initiatives with its Knowledge Partners to increase their sustainable stewardship practices.
NOW! Jakarta Best Restaurant, Bar and Cafe Awards (BRBCA) returns this year with "Say Yes to Less" campaign to support better food waste management.
On 26 March, Most Valued Business (MVB) Indonesia together with SGS Indonesia hosted the first of MVB’s Sustainability Seminar Series 2019.
A community of volunteers is helping raise awareness of the issues involving the city’s wetlands.
With a board made up of influential businessmen in Indonesia, Indonesia Indah Foundation (IIF) hopes to be able to make some real change.
Now, more consumers are telling companies that they want to buy sustainable products from businesses that take a stand for the environment.
Something as simple as your office’s waste bin placement could contribute to your company’s sustainability aspect
In raising awareness of waste in Indonesia, BritCham has created the new Inspiration Series with the topic of waste as the first edition.
The Phoenix Hotel features 143 rooms offering all the comforts a hotel today has to offer without losing its spirit, the elegant and historical setting.
Combined, the First and Business Lounges will offer seating for more than 800 customers.
This year’s theme ‘Collaboration for a Better Future’ focused on sustainability programmes adopted by member companies.
Located in PIK Avenue in North Jakarta, a mixed-used lifestyle mall complex, it will combine renowned Swiss hospitality with contemporary design.
26 Marriott International properties in Indonesia collaborated to raise awareness on education.
Publisher, Alistair Speirs on his vision for New Year of 2019 and his remarks for 10th Year Anniversary of NOW!JAKARTA.
This Christmas, enjoy the season at Alila Ubud where plenty of opportunities to unwind and relax during the festive week.
The conference will take place on 13th of December 2018 in Raffles Jakarta.
This year’s objective was to enhance sustainability through biodiversity for food and nutrition, culture, education and tourism.
Restorasi Ekosistem Riau brings together the private and public sectors to restore and conserve ecologically important forest areas.
Showing the commitment to find Indonesia’s future talents, Hari Fauzan was named as the winner of the first Chef Hunt at Jakarta Culinary Feastival.
Norway’s deep commitment to environmental issues has helped bolster Indonesia’s participation in programmes concerning sustainability.
NOW! Jakarta spoke to the Danish Ambassador to talk about Indonesia and Denmark bilateral agreements on environmental issues and many more.
We present a few tips that might help you use a lot less of the earth’s resources the next time you pack your backs and hit the road.
H.E. Marina Berg speaks to us about ways in which Sweden can help Indonesia achieve its targets with regard to energy efficiency and effective transportation.
Some of the nautical resorts on the outer islands offer the tourists a conservation package where the guest could participate ecological mission.
Global financial leaders wrapped up an annual meeting of the IMF- World Bank in October by urging countries to brace for potential risks from trade disputes.
Ranjit Jose spoke to Patrik Lindvall, President Director of IKEA Indonesia, about the brand’s growth in the country for the past four years.
Bali stores will now see durable paper straws and wooden stirrers, and cups made from post-consumer recycled PET based components.
More than 1,600 runners gathered for the Bromo Marathon, routing through lush green agricultural plantations and out of town toward the rural Tengger region.
“Taste New Zealand” returned this October with a focus on New Zealand’s innovations in food technology.
Style Theory’s debut show at Jakarta Fashion Week (JFW) 2019 carried out its mission of promoting of sustainability through its rental service.
Joali, a resort in the Maldives which has recently opened, celebrates the ‘Joy of Living’ with exquisite craftsmanship and sustainability at its core.
Alila Bangsar, which opened in May, is the group’s first property in Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur location provides an oasis in the city centre.
NOW!JAKARTA featured information about Waste4Change, a social enterprise dedicated to making Indonesia and cleaner and healthier place. They have guide for us!
Here are some guidelines for restaurants who wish to improve their sustainability, if they are not already doing so.
Is capitalism to blame for the ecological crisis? And to what degree can we be motivated toward a more sustainable food system?
NOW! Jakarta recently met Kartika Jahja, owner of the Selatan to talk about this issue in depth and how the restaurant helps to empower a green lifestyle.
Restaurateurs, chefs, hoteliers and guests from the city's f&b circles gathered for the ninth annual Best Restaurant, Bar and Cafe Awards Gala on 18 September
MVB Seminar discussed ways to reach sustainability from the perspective of an expert in water efficiency, sanitation and hygiene, a waste management campaign.
Using second-hand items, the Batutara Percussion’s music is truly refreshing. Deeper, it carries a mission of sustainable living through sound.
In an effort to reduce its reliance on plastic, Alila Ubud has invested in an initiative to produce its own bottled water using a water purification system.
Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia and TPST 3R Seminyak launched Learning Centre to foster public knowledge of and encourage participation in waste management in Bali.
Hadiprana Art Center has curated a series of art projects, highlights the variety of the nation’s folk dancing presented in various pieces of art.
What are some ways that business can evolve from standard practice and align themselves with future, viable systems of management?
Dila Karinta and Bettina Herz launched the book “Insiders’ Guide to Jakarta Startups” as the guide entrepreneurs who want to develop startup in Jakarta.
Burgreens is an organic plant-based eatery and caterer that shows how healthy food can be delicious which has mission to empower women and farmers.
Regarding to magazine headline, Alistair Speirs shares his thought on how overweight become the health issue in urban life which leads to fitness crisis.
As the capital celebrates its anniversary, We takes a look at how Jakarta has developed into its new face with a special emphasis on the city’s surrounding area
MVB seminar brought together expert speakers to explore how companies can really benefit from applying specific expertise to corporate value.
The Head of the Office of Tourism and Culture, DKI Jakarta, Tinia Budiati talked to NOW! Jakarta about plans to improve tourism in Jakarta.
WWF and HSBC held festival to observe Earth Day as collaborative conservation programmes focusing on the quality and sustainability of freshwater.
Westin’s social programme demonstrates that the role of a hotel is not just to provide temporary accommodation for guests to sleep well within its confines.
MVB seven critical values areas work as guidance for companies who want to improve their overall responsibility at their Corporate Values.
What if cities were abandoned by humans and life became more sustainable? Chris Morin Eitner, in his latest exhibit, explores the idea.
NOW! Jakarta spoke to the Ambassador of Italy, H.E. Vittorio Sandalli on the growing relationship between the Indonesia and Italy.
RefillMyBottle project launched recently and with a crowdfunding campaign, raised USD 6,000 to build an application that helps users find refill stations
Six companies have excellent track records as responsible companies and announce their participation as MVB 2018 Members.